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Cycling and photography meet at the top of their games

Synopsis: Reporter Miles Warde follows photographer Geoff Waugh during this year’s Tour De France. It’s the last stage in the Alps, on the twenty one bends of Alpe d’Huez, and Geoff Waugh has to find the best place to stand. … Continue reading

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Mark Cavendish switch to Team Sky more likely after HTC-Highroad fold

Mark Cavendish‘s possible move to Great Britain’s Team Sky in 2012 has become more likely after confirmation of rumours that his current HTC-Highroad team will cease to exist at the end of this year, having failed to line up a … Continue reading

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Green glory for Cavendish after third Paris win

What a spectacle, what a fantastic finish to an amazing tour! I wondered at first if I was just overwhelmed by the excitement because it is so long since I followed one this closely, but no, it was truly a brilliantly organised … Continue reading

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Stage 19 – Modane Valfrejus to Alpe D’Huez – Tour de France 2011

Well, what can i say!? I suppose it was inevitable after seeing the tables turn on stage 18 where Shleck reminded us of what he is capable of, and Contador looked to have all but given up. I guess i … Continue reading

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BikeSnobNYC’s Tour de France Stage 18 Report: The Long Goodbye

All hail the mighty BikeSnobNYC!…. His words: BikeSnobNYC’s Tour de France Stage 18 Report: The Long Goodbye. Until today, I had no idea how much I wanted Thomas Voeckler to win the Tour de France. As I watched Voeckler churn … Continue reading

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And it continues… – Tour de France 2011

These stages in the Alps are just getting more and more exciting! Schleck may have complained that the final climb and descent into Pinerolo was “fatally dangerous” but that did not seem to bother Edvald Boasson Hagen and Team Sky, who road it … Continue reading

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Another fantastic stage – Tour de France 2011

They talked at length last night on the highlights about the skills of the downhillers, the likes of Hushovd and Cadel Evans specialists in this, both apparently from mountain biking stables. I didn’t know, and according to one of my … Continue reading

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Second rest day – Tour de France 2011

Thomas Voeckler writes off chances as Alps beckon. If the race leader can hold off his rivals over the next six stages France will have its first home winner since 1985. The guy is so humble! Without Wiggins, he’s my … Continue reading

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Extreme Photo of the Week — National Geographic

Extreme Photo of the Week — National Geographic.

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